October Book Club: Inland
by Téa Obreht
Mythical, lyrical, and sweeping in scope, Inland tells the 19th century story of settlers in the harsh and unfamiliar territories of Arizona and New Mexico. With one foot in the lived world and the other with those passed, Obreht conjures up complex characters faced with difficult decisions about familial obligations, love, surviving in the harsh desert landscape of the American Southwest.
The Taliesin West Book Club explores a range of texts and topics. Join fellow literary and design enthusiasts as you dive into engaging conversations about each book and connect it to different architectural spaces found on Taliesin West’s expansive grounds.
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